1902 – Holy Cross Church, Crumlin Rd., Belfast, Co. Antrim
Designed by Walter G. Doolin and completed by his partner Rudolph Maximilian Butler after Doolin’s premature death aged 52.
1902 – International Exhibition, Cork
The 1902 Cork International Exhibition took place on 8 hectares of reclaimed marshland the Mardyke area of Cork,
1902 – Iveagh Markets, Francis Street, Dublin
Dating from 1902, the brick and stone facade hides a large functional cast-iron galleried market hall.
1902 – J. Nagle & Co., No.25 North Earl St., Dublin
All but the front of 1902 was destroyed in the Rising – the building with the large arch and oriel window above.
1902 – Methodist Church & Hall, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary
Lovely little Methodist church with unusual front porch with attractive stonework. The spirelet to the top of the gable adds to the picturesque effect of the building.
1902 – No.4 Upper O’Connell Street, Dublin
Photographed from Nelson’s Pillar after the Easter Rising, when all that remained was the front facade.
1902 – O’Connell Memorial Church, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry
The Daniel O’Connell Memorial Church of the Holy Cross, a Gothic Revival-style Church designed by George C.
1902 – Railway Station, Antrim, Co. Antrim
Designed by Berkeley Deane Wise for the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, and constructed 1901-02.
1902 – Scottish Provident, Donegall Sq., Belfast
A large office building constructed in stages from 1899-1902, the Scottish Provident Institution is constructed of Glasgow blonde sandstone.